I'm setting up SCS with Remotly configuration. Now I want to configure a client but get the following error. I didn't have installed a PKI cert, don't know if that is the issue.
While Intel did not release an Intel® vProTM Technology desktop with ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware v10, the later versions of firmware are backwards compatible as early as Intel® 7 series chipsets (ME 8.x originally).
Sometimes when technology changes, you can't really see yourself using the new features, especially in a business setting. However, I don't think anyone will have that problem with the move to wire free PCs. (Or why to care about Wi terms: WiDi, WiGig/WiDock, Wireless Charging, )
For any of you still thinking of the Chromebook™ notebook computer as just a consumer browsing device, think again. It's no longer just notebook computers running the Chrome OS™ operating system, it's also Chromebox™ computing devices, ChromeBase,* and more - indicating form factor is not a blocking issue. And with virtualization, these systems can run Windows apps on Chrome OS from Microsoft* Office* to intense graphic apps with minimal impact on latency or power drain.
Back in the old days, one only needed to think about ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware if one was using Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) on Intel® vProTM Technology systems.
I've been booting fine - created a new policy and now get the above error code - which appears to decode to Class C - Major error 8 - which appears to be an "Invalid RSDP" .
Since that's part of ACPI - I'm having a hard time figuring out what that really means?